Paphiopedilum hybrid

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Paphiopedilum hybrid — Miller’s daughter orchid, Southeast Asia. Orchid courtesy of Lloyd Gelman, past president, Boulder Orchid Society.

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A relative of Paphiopedilum?

A relative of Paphiopedilum?

Evidently a very close relative - I suspect I mistook a cap A for a cap H. I will change the spelling forthwith.

But know matter how it spilled it are still a orchid!!!1111!!!one!!

Henry

Matt Young said:

A relative of Paphiopedilum?

Evidently a very close relative - I suspect I mistook a cap A for a cap H. I will change the spelling forthwith.

But isn’t this how mutations are born?

Mutations are born? I thought they just sort of poofed.

‘Tis yet another great photo, Matt! However, if you do a search on GOOGLE for my friend photographer Mark Blackshear, be sure to check whether he has any of his orchid photos posted. Those are definitely among the finest I have seen.

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